The Philadelphia 76ers are in the midst of a terrible stretch of basketball, losing six of their last seven games and failing to score 100 points since a January 23 win over the Washington Wizards. This weekend they will look to bounce back with two home games, beginning against the Warriors on Friday night.
Friday's game against the Warriors will be televised on ESPN – deemed "Wilt Night" on the 50 year anniversary of Wilt's 100 point game. To commemorate the night in history, every fan in attendance will receive a 2"x2" piece of the actual court Chamberlain dropped a hundo on.
The Sixers play again on ESPN, Sunday night, when they host the Chicago Bulls. The two teams met a month ago, on February 1, when the Sixers impressively won by 16 points. The Bulls currently have the second best record in the Eastern Conference.
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